latitudinal

[ lat-i-tood-n-l, -tyood- ]
/ ˌlæt ɪˈtud n l, -ˈtyud- /
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adjective

of or relating to latitude.

Nearby words

  1. latinx,
  2. latish,
  3. latissimus dorsi,
  4. latitia,
  5. latitude,
  6. latitudinarian,
  7. latitudinous,
  8. latium,
  9. latke,
  10. latona

Origin of latitudinal

1535–45; < Latin lātitūdin- (stem of lātitūdō) latitude + -al1

Related formslat·i·tu·di·nal·ly, adverbin·ter·lat·i·tu·di·nal, adjective

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Examples from the Web for latitudinally

  • Peel off the rind and slice them, latitudinally or crosswise, about the eighth of an inch in thickness.

    The National Cook Book, 9th ed.|Hannah Mary Peterson
  • Latitudinally they might traverse as circumstances required, but not longitudinally.

    Bruin|Mayne Reid
  • Longitudinally he was my inferior, but latitudinally he outstripped me.

    Remarks|Bill Nye
  • Latitudinally, the wild turkey was supposed not to extend beyond the line of the Rocky Mountains.